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Monument Valley Road Construction Begins Week of 6/17

During the week the road will be limited to local traffic only between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.

CORONAVIRUS, Part II: What is to be done?

We live in evolutionary competition with microbes—bacteria and viruses. There is no guarantee that we will be the survivors.

SHRINK RAP: Why buying a bed bugs you

A local psychotherapist walks you through the underside of dealing with insomnia.

News Briefs: Opioid research study; Ashland Street revitalization

The approach of Boston Medical Center’s study will be to partner with 16 communities across the state to test the impact of Office-Based Addiction Treatment and the deployment of additional interventions.

Opening the Weedgates, Part VII: Youth at risk

Four years ago, 70 percent of South Berkshire 12th-graders reported having used marijuana at least once, and 41 percent reported use within the past month. In 2019, those numbers are 52 percent and 36 percent respectively.

Opening the Weedgates IV: A Whole Foods conversation about a Walmart issue

Human beings are inclined to assume that our own lived experience reflects that of everyone else’s. We—the people who write and think about pot and have enough money to open stores that sell it—are blind to the “other” in our midst.
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